Had allot of fun last night putting this together. I have had the silver bracelet for quite a while and have been making charms and collecting them for some time. Here is the finished result. I am pleased with the look and the abitlity to capture a close up with my new camera. I photographed outside in the sunshine.
Adorable baby Alex.
Laurie brought Alex home from the hospital yesterday and they are doing well. We talked to them in Australia today and Laurie sounded great.
Shane is a proud Dad and is able to take some time off to be with them at this special time. They were happy that Laurie's Mom made it in time for the birth as he arrived a week early. Shane's parents arrived today as well, but we will have to wait until they travel back to Sri Lanka. We will see him soon over a web-cam!
Fountain Hills then home via lunch at Paradise Cafe.
Tomorrow on to Tucson and more Cactus photos!
Sunset photo by Frosso
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A special day for us, especially for Jim
I love this old vintage look of Black and White. Slightly shabby with the look of being loved and used!
I am trying to take my camera where ever I go, and always ask permission if I can take some shots.
It is a great way to get some fresh decorating ideas for our home!
Top image of typewritter keys from Antique Store, remaining 3 images from Domestic Bliss in Mesa.
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
Yesterday, Jim and I drove to Tuscon. It was sunny and 71.
Not a bad way to spend one of the first days in January. We walked around 4th Ave. to look at some of the cool shops. We drove past to the plane bone yard (this is where all the planes from the US go to when they are no longer used). There are literally hundreds of moth balled planes sitting in these big open fields surrounded by high wire fences. A sight to see!
We then had lunch at El Charro. It has been a resturant there since 1922 and it is a great place to eat especially if you can sit in the courtyard. The serve some of the best Mexican food around in the Valley.